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  • FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitive List

    Pictured is a copy of the flyer announcing that Fidel Urbina has been added to the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list. Urbina, 37, was added to the list on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. A $100,000 reward is being offered for information on Urbina, who has been the subject of a manhunt since he allegedly raped and murdered a Chicago woman in 1999.
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  • Osama Bin Laden

    Shown here is the updated most wanted terrorist poster of Osama bin Laden with a deceased status. Bin Laden was wanted in connection with the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, in which 3,000 people were killed, as well as the Aug. 7, 1998, bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya, that killed over 200 people. In addition, Bin Laden is a suspect in other terrorist attacks throughout the world.
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    The prototype for what would become the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list began with a newspaper story by reporter James Donovan who asked the bureau: "Who are the 10 toughest guys you are looking for?" His article seen here on the front page of the Washington Daily News in 1949, would encourage the FBI to make the list an official crime fighting tool. Since the list's inception in 1950 some 494 fugitives have been counted among the worst of the worst.
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  • Ayman al-Zawahiri Likely to Replace Bin Laden on Most Wanted List

    San Diego has ties to animal rights extremist groups. He is known to follow a vegan diet, eating no meat or food containing animal products. In the past, he has worked as a computer network specialist and with the operating system LINUX. San Diego wears eyeglasses, is skilled at sailing, and has traveled internationally. He is known to possess a handgun.
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  • Ayman al-Zawahiri Likely to Replace Bin Laden on Most Wanted List

    Adam Yahiye Gadahn was indicted in the Central District of California for treason and material support to Al Qaeda. The charges are related to Gadahn's alleged involvement in a number of terrorist activities, including providing aid and comfort to Al Qaeda and services for Al Qaeda.
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    The assassin of Martin Luther King Jr., James Earl Ray, is one of six fugitives to twice appear on the FBI's most wanted list -- once in 1968, after King's killing, and again in 1977, after he escaped from prison. Ray died in prison on April 23, 1998, at 70 years of age, from complications related to kidney disease and liver failure caused by hepatitis C.
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    Serial killed Ted Bundy was added to the Most Wanted list on Feb 10, 1978 and was arrested by a Florida police officer during a traffic stop four days later. Bundy twice escaped from prison and had long denied his involvement in any murders. Eventually Bundy confessed to killing 30 women. Bundy was executed Jan. 24, 1989.
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    Ramzi Yousef, mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, was added to the Most Wanted list on April 21, 1993. Arrested two years later in Pakistan, Yousef was later convicted of planning and carrying out the deadly car bomb attack. Sentenced to life, Yousef is imprisoned in the federal supermax prison in Colorado.
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    On June 12, 1997, Andrew Cunanan became the 449th fugitive added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. Accused of killed at least five people, including fashion designer Gianni Versace in the designer's Miami home, Cunanan killed himself in 1997.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Taken into custody on Aug, 29, 2006, Warren Steed Jeffs is the leader of the polygamous sect Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints. Jeffs was accused of sexual conduct with a minor, flight to avoid prosecution, and acting as an accomplice to rape. He was sentenced to two consecutive terms of five years to life in the Utah State Prison, but the Utah Supreme Court reversed Jeff's conviction in 2010, and he has since been ordered a new trial.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Jorge Alberto Lopez-Orozco was accused of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, following his alleged involvement in a vicious murder in 2002. Authorities alleged that Lopez-Orozco was responsible for the butchering of three people in Elmore County, Idaho. Lopez-Orozco was captured on Oct. 8, 2009 in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. He is currently awaiting extradition to the United States.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Known as "Don Diego," Diego Leon Montoya Sanchez was wanted in the production, trafficking, distribution and intent to deliver cocaine to the United States. Montoya was reputedly one of the principal leaders of the Colombian North Valley drug cartel. He was caught by authorities in 2007, and extradited to Miami in 2008.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Robert William Fisher is wanted on three counts of murder and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. Thought to be in possession of several weapons, Fisher is believed to have killed his wife and children before blowing up their house in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 2001.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Victor Manuel Gerena, sometimes called "Victor Ortiz," is being sought in connection with the armed robbery of approximately $7 million from a security company in Connecticut in 1983. He also has alleged involvement in theft from an interstate shipment.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Glen Stewart Godwin escaped from Folsom State Prison in California in 1987. He was serving a long sentence for murder. He was arrested later the same year in Mexico on charges of drug trafficking and sent back to jail. In 1991, after allegedly killing a fellow inmate, Godwin again escaped. He is considered armed, extremely dangerous, and an escape risk.
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  • FBI Most Wanted

    Richard Steve Goldberg was accused of engaging in sexual activities with multiple girls under the age of 10. He is also suspected of producing images of his acts with children and uploading them to his computer. He was captured in Montreal, Canada, on May 12, 2007, and subsequently convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
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